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- BROTHERCROSS HUNDRED FULL LICENCE CLOSED c1917
BROTHERCROSS REGESTER taken 3rd September 1794
BULLARDS  
Licensees :
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SUSANNA HOLDEN here 09.09.1789
ROBERT KEMP 1794
ELIZABETH KEMP 1802
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GILBERT HOLDING 1825 - 1833
ALICE HOLDING
( Died Q4 1848 )
1834 - 1839
JAMES FUTTER
age 53 in 1851
( Died Q1 1873 )
1845 - 1851
JOSEPH BAKER 1853 - 1854
JAMES FUTTER 1856
JOSEPH BAKER
& brewer
age 55 in 1861
1858 - 1863
JOSEPH ARNOLD 1864
EDWARD ARNOLD
age 61 in 1881
( Died Q2 1882 )
1865 - 1881
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS JONES 1883 - 1886
THOMAS JOHNSON
Age 56 in 1891
( Died Q2 1906 )
1888 - 1892
ALFRED THOMAS RICHES 1896
ROBERT WRIGHT
age 37 in 1901
1900 - 1901
HORACE ARTER 1904
JOHN BARRETT 1908
JOHN RAVEN
age 53 & police pensioner 1911
1911 - 1916


Recorded in Brothercross Licence Register dated 9th September 1789.

Offered for sale by auction 19th July 1802, then in occupation of Elizabeth Kemp.


The will of Gilbert Holding was written 7th May 1825
and mentions that the SHIP was then newly erected.
The will was proved 7th January 1834
and his wife Alice was left the `messuage or tenement, or public house commonly known by the name or sign of the Ship, together with houses, outhouses, land adjoining etc....'

Listed 1845 as the SHIP VICTORY

For sale by auction Saturday 26th November 1853, doing  an extensive business and with Brew House and other convenient buildings.
A large Garden or Drying Ground attached.
In occupation of Mr. Joseph Baker at the low rent of £30.

Referred for Compensation 20.11.1917 under the Act of 1904